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Undo the bolts after soaking in penetrant.

Remove banding covers.

Remove insulating rubbers.

Remove fuel lines.

Replace vacant slots in insulators with stub keepers to keep rubber clamping brake lines.

Reinstall insulating rubbers,

Reinstall banding covers.

Secure with bolts.

Done.

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Undo the bolts after soaking in penetrant.

Remove banding covers.

Remove insulating rubbers.

Remove fuel lines.

Replace vacant slots in insulators with stub keepers to keep rubber clamping brake lines.

Reinstall insulating rubbers,

Reinstall banding covers.

Secure with bolts.

Done.

Thanks! I'm looking to delete the hard lines completely. I just put in a 3.1L stroker and want to just route a SS braided hose to the tank and just delete these for a cleaner look and simpler system.

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Done as suggested, you can hang it all up over your work lights for use later...

I think I have three or four 280Z setups like this in my storage shed, plus this one out of a 73 or early 260Z!

 

Not hard, and you end up with a nice pattern to pretend 3/8 or 1/2" hardlines later on!

 

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